The Qatar Stock Exchange on Wednesday trode a flat path although four of the seven sectors experienced strong buying interests.
The Insurance, banking and industrial equities on Sunday ended two days of bullish run on Qatar Stock Exchange, which fell more than 46 points, even as its 20-stock index remained in the positive terrain year-to-date.
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The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed strong selling, especially within industrials and banking counters, leading to a 95 points decline in the key barometer and about QR6bn in capitalisation.
Foreign institutions’ increased buying interests on Thursday lifted the Qatar Stock Exchange more than 23 points, after five consecutive days of bearish spell.
The telecom, consumer goods, banks and transport counters on Monday witnessed higher than average selling pressure on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which settled lower for the third straight session at sub-10,400 levels.
The Qatar Stock Exchange closed 30 points higher on Thursday despite five of the seven sectors experiencing profit booking pressures.
The Qatar Stock Exchange witnessed further declines on Tuesday on the back of selling pressure notably within the transport counter.
Substantial selling pressure especially in the last few minutes of trading drove the Qatar Stock Exchange below 10,400 levels on Sunday.
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Foreign funds' increased profit booking pressure on Monday further dragged the Qatar Stock Exchange below 10,400 levels and capitalisation eroded by about QR4bn.
Strong selling – especially at the real estate, telecom and banking counters – on Sunday led the Qatar Stock Exchange to open the week weak and its key index retreated below 10,500 levels.